copyright issues / binders

Subject: copyright issues / binders
From: DAVID IBBETSON <ibbetson -at- IDIRECT -dot- COM>
Date: Sat, 11 May 1996 16:47:18 -0400

Edward Bilodeau writes:

>Would anyone know if copyright rules are different if your
>documentation is distributed in a binder (where pages can easily be
>removed) rather than in a bound format.

Subject to correction by a copyright lawyer, the copyright rules are
unchanged. However a loose-leaf format suggests that loose pages will finish
up all over the place. If so, something like "Copyright, The Idiotic
Corporation, 1996" could usefully occur on every page. Providing your
printing process has sufficient resolution for it to be read with a
magnifying glass, there seems to be no objection to printing it in 4 point type.

David Ibbetson

David Ibbetson, Ontario, Canada ibbetson -at- idirect -dot- com

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Slaves to breathe in. --British court in 11th of Elizabeth (17 Nov 1568-16
Nov 1569)

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